8-10 September 2022
Mexico/General timezone
XXXVI Annual Meeting of the Division of Particles and Fields

The Division of Particles and Fields of the Mexican Physical Society organizes an Annual Meeting (RADPyC). The main objectives of this event are to encourage graduate students and young postdocs to present their research work and bring together the on High Energy Physics community in Mexico. Additionally, recognized invited speakers will present some review talks on diverse hot topics in this field. This year, the meeting will be an ONLINE EVENT organized by Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla (BUAP), Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM), Universidad de Guanajuato (UdeG), Universidad de Sonora (UNISON) and Universidad Autónoma de Chiapas (UNACH). The event will start on Thursday, September 8th, and end on Saturday, September 10th.

Zoom room for all talks: 


Live transmission via Facebook:


Link for poster videos: 



  • DPyC 2022 Medal:

Prof. Christophe Royon  

(Department of Physics and astronomy University of Kansas, USA)

  • RADPyC 2021 Poster awards:

Best  Poster

•Marco Antonio Alcázar (UDLAP)

Exclusive Photo-production of J/Ψ and Ψ(2s) as a tool to explore the transition to high and saturated gluon densities at the LHC

Honorific Mention

•Alejandra Cervantes (BUAP)

Análisis de la dispersión nuclear de Dark matter WIMP-nucleón




Abstract submission and registration start date: May 30, 2022
Abstract submission deadline: August 28, 2022, extended September 1st
Registration deadline: September 8, 2022


Olga Félix Beltrán (BUAP)
Isabel Pedraza Morales (BUAP)

Mario Rodríguez Cahuantzi (BUAP)
Félix González Canales (BUAP)

Juan Barranco Monarca  (UG)
Estela A. Garcés (UNAM)
Javier Murillo Quijada (UNISON)
Karen S. Caballero Mora (UNACH)


PLENARY TALKS (confirmed)

Ana Avilez-López (BUAP)
“Effects of the decay of Dark Matter on Large Scale Structure Formation” 

Minerba Betancourt (FERMILAB)
“Neutrino Program at Fermilab”

Marco Cirelli, LPTHE (CNRS and Sorbonne University, Paris)
“Sub-GeV Dark Matter and X-rays”

Catalina Espinoza, Conacyt (IFUNAM)
“Constraining BSM Discrete Flavor Symmetries with Heavy Scalar Searches at Colliders”

Melina Gomez-Bock
“The vital signs of Supersymmetry”

Guillelmo Gomez-Ceballos (MIT)
“W Boson Mass Measurements”

Jaime Hernández Sánchez (BUAP)
“Higgs physics at futures electro-proton colliders”

Mike Lamont (CERN)
“LHC - progress, plans, and technologies”

JeongEun Lee (Seoul National University)
“Exotic Searches by CMS Experiment”

Ivonne Maldonado (Join Institute of Nuclear Research, Dubna)
“Core Corona approach, a model to explain Hyperon Global Polarization and other phenomena in semi-central heavy-ion collisions at low energies” 


Starts 8 Sep 2022 09:00
Ends 10 Sep 2022 18:00